Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Hair Growing Experiment

14 comments:

scotty bower said...

you remind me of someone... worryingly i think it was my old maths teacher.

john heasley said...

You look older than me now, and I don't moisturise.

dave wiggins said...

You look softer, not in a gay way, just in a softer way.

alamedero said...

Where's that vicar's collar. Looks even more appropriate now.

Have you checked to see if fatherbrian.com is available?

:)

Mark Robins said...

Mate, I'm really not sure about this...! (BTW, I've lost 10kg now, it can be done :-))

indya said...

Your neck looks skinny, though that might just be the angle of the photo. Apart from that, I dunno, it suits you but it's really different. You don't look like a bouncer anymore, whether that's good or bad is for you to decide. What does Tracey think?

Brian said...

maybe I need to put some product on it?

steve said...

Just use wild berry juice on it! You look so responsible now that it's scary! And you definatly look like you have lost weight. Where's the fat bald guy that I know and love. You don't even look like Gervais anymore! Sexy though! If you thought you got the odd bloke flirting with you before then wait until your next at "Fake"!

Anonymous said...

Hi Brian, I definitely agree with Dave. The hair makes you look softer - and more pastoral! If I'm honest I much prefer the shaved head, slick, bouncer like, I belong in Ibiza look, but if you do decide to keep the hair: product will help and you can't wear grey with it - makes you look too old.
But we will love and accept you no matter what you choose...!!
Elaine - norn iron

Anonymous said...

Hi, Ive followed your blog for some time now and think its great! You come across as my type of minister! I made a commitment to God 23 years ago, however, for various reasons, mightn't have advertised the fact - I maintain my own faith in God and believe I have been saved, I pray, read my bible, and have a great relationship with God, probable the main reason perhaps I 'shy away' is that I smoke, and enjoy a glass of wine - and seeing that you enjoy Cohibas I thought I'd ask you if, by enjoying a cigar makes you any less of a Christian? Its such a taboo - my daughter is a Christian, and when I told her I had been born again, she said I couldn't be a proper Christian because I smoke.

dave wiggins said...

good question, i'd also like to know the answer.

Mark Robins said...

I had a quick conversation with someone (whom I greatly respect) the other day and she said that the only thing God was really interested in was my relationship with Him. So challenging, and I'm working still this through - we are so focused on behaviour, aren't we? However, when we die, all we will have is our what we've made of our relationship with Him. That's all. So, cigar or no cigar? Well, perhaps that's not the point...

Linda-Joy said...

the salt and pepper look makes you look rather distinguished. it's definitely a softer, gentler look for you

evans_above said...

IMHO I would shave it off...